Our pet russian dwaf hamster bit my husband and he accidentally dropped him from about a meter high. Initially he appeared dead, he was lifeless but his eyes were open, he then came round and we noticed a small amount of blood we think from his mouth. He now seems fine although he is making a clicking sound. We don't know if he has punctured a lung and he has a respiratory problem or a he has broken a tooth? Advice would be greatly appreciated!!
my hamster did that. prolly dislocated something. see a vet, or....well. not everyone has money for a vet...do what you can. ill bet anything its not his lungs.,,
just because he's little and can't talk doesn't mean he isn't suffering. please take him to a vet right away.
If your Hamster is 'Clicking' it is because it is trying to tell you to not only take it to a vet, but also to stop making stupid posts on HP; about it's allergy to your husband!
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